Examples of embryonic in a Sentence
The tourism industry there is still in an embryonic stage.
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According to the new research, a site in China’s Turpan-Hami Basin in Xinjiang has coughed up 215 beautiful, pliable and miraculously three-dimensional eggs — 16 of which contain embryonic remains.
To understand why embryonic cells make viral proteins, scientists have run experiments to see what happens when viral genes are silenced.
Using Crispr, the breakthrough genome-editing technology that acts like a sort of molecular scissors, the scientists repaired a genetic mutation—a heritable heart condition—in the embryonic DNA.
Well, growth factors made from fetal or embryonic cells are the gold standard.
And these aren't the same as embryonic stem cells, which are found in fertilized egg.
The second is to keep the body’s immune system from destroying the cells, derived from human embryonic stem cells.
Yet use of human embryonic cells for treatment should be subject to FDA regulation.
During their embryonic development, narwhals have the capacity to form 14 teeth, but only two ever develop.
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